Expanding on comments I’ve made about the ‘Media Bubble’,.
If it were my wheelhouse I would have a site which aggregated news stories and trends searchable by date. It would work like this. Landing page: Search box. Type a date, any date. You get a list of the top six stories of that day with a simple write up. Below that you’d have the […]
We come to the second slot of presentations! Briefly, we had presentations on: Consuming and responding to the Media: Given that Jeremy Corbyn did better than expected, is it fair to say that the power of the media is finally over? Heard about the recent terror attacks through social media. The Church of England often […]
Andy Byers was fantastic, do check out his TheoMedia book . Now we’ve moved on to the Digital Revolution with Tallie Proud — the digital media officer for the Church of England. Currently hearing an array of interesting stats and figures surrounding social media. Everything ranging from the 93 million selfies taken a day (my contributions can be […]
It has been hard to read the news recently without coming across the varying tragedies which have been broadcast on Facebook Live. There has been murders and suicides. And people watched. The internet has always had a place for this kind of ‘content’ – that word we use when we want to distance ourselves from […]
Often it seems that everything must be a hyper-sensation. The infectious reblogging, retweeting, pinnings and sharings of the fangirls and fanboys of their respective fields of fashionable geekiness has taken the internet by storm. Indeed, one could almost be forgiven for thinking at times that the internet is the sole preserve of the fandom kingdoms. […]